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  • Around The World

    John Coy, Antonio Reonegro, Tom Lynch

    Hardcover (Lee & Low Books, Dec. 6, 2005)
    A fantastic journey around the world is about to begin. Starting in downtown New York City and traveling to Australia, China, Turkey, Nigeria, France, Brazil, Canada, Puerto Rico, and back to New York again, kids play their hearts out in a grueling, winner-take-all, pick-up basketball game. Full court passes in a gym in Shanghai are effortlessly picked off in Istanbul with a turn of the page. Thwack! Readers will challenge themselves to keep pace with these young players while taking in the sights of the Eiffel tower and other landmarks that frame the action in each city.
  • Around the World

    Emily Bone

    Paperback (Usborne Books, Jan. 1, 2011)
    Follow fashions across the globe with this fun and informative addition to the hit "Sticker Dolly Dressing" series. Help dress the men and women in their traditional clothes from nations and cultures across the world. This title includes national costumes such as the kimonos of Japan, saris of India, bubas of Nigeria and the flamenco costumes of Spain.
  • Tales from Around the World

    Graham Percy

    Paperback (Pavilion Children's, Oct. 1, 2012)
    A collection of stories full of imagination, color, and wonderful detail taken from all over the globe Including enchanting tales taken from the storytelling heritage of many different countries and cultures, these stories are simply retold to be especially accessible to children and accompanied by lively color illustrations throughout. Magical characters from every continent abound in the multicultural tales, including a kettle that transforms into a dancing badger from Japan, an Aboriginal tale of friendship between an owl and a hurricane, and a charming tale of witches and butterflies from Persia.
  • Around the World!

    Suzanne D. Nimm, Ron Zalme

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2007-09-01, Sept. 15, 2007)
  • Love Around the World

    Fleur Pierets, Fatinha Ramos

    eBook (Six Foot Press, June 15, 2020)
    Inspired by a true story, Love Around the World is the beautiful and heartwarming adventure of two women’s journey to marry each other in every country where same-sex marriage is legal. "Moving and inspiring." - Kirkus ReviewsFleur and Julian are two women very much in love. When they decide to get married, however, they discover that in most countries, a man cannot marry a man and a woman cannot marry a woman. In fact, out of 195 countries in the world, they can only marry in 26 of them. Fleur and Julian want to make other people aware of that.They think that love is love—not only between a man and a woman! So Fleur goes down on one knee and asks the love of her life, “Would you like to marry me in all 26 countries?” Julian answers, “Yes!”Thus begins an incredible trip around the world for our two heroes, Fleur and Julian, who travel to each nation that celebrates marriage equality. In Love Around the World, Fleur and Julian get married in Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Finland, France, Iceland, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and the United States, where they learn about the customs and traditions of each place and make special memories that will last forever.
  • Around the World We Go

    Margaret Wise Brown

    Board book (Parragon Books, April 26, 2013)
    Go around the world with this beautifully illustrated picture book from Margaret Wise Brown, celebrated author of Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny! This classic tale is newly illustrated with bright, vibrant pictures that children will love.
  • School Around the World

    Mary Meinking

    Paperback (Pebble, Aug. 1, 2020)
    Learning is important no matter where you are. But some classrooms are very different than others. Discover all types of schools around the world in this fun, engaging series that develops kids' understanding of our diverse global community and their place in it.
  • Woof around the World

    Carlo Cavett

    language (Beak Books, April 8, 2017)
    Do you know how dogs bark? Woof! I know, THAT'S EASY! But what if I tell you that dogs around the world do not all “speak” the same language! IT'S TRUE! Do you know how the dogs bark in China? Is it GUAU GUAU or WANG WANG? Or how do they yap in Italy? Let’s go on a journey to find out how dogs bark in different countries!Tip: Read the book out loud together with your children!A fun and humorous children's book to encourage kids to stay curious and to learn speaking. A great activity book for bedtime, kindergarten and preschool! *Beautiful illustrations! *
  • Money Around the World

    Mari Schuh

    eBook (Rourke Educational Media, Feb. 1, 2019)
    Take a closer look at different kinds of money around the world and learn what to do about money if you go to another country. This title includes Before and After Reading Activities, a photo glossary, and resources.
  • Dreams Around the World

    Takashi Owaki

    Hardcover (One Peace Books, April 15, 2012)
    Dreams Around the World takes you on a once-in-a-lifetime journey and introduces you to thirteen children between the ages of four and eight who share their dreams for the future, as well as their day-to-day lives. From Finland in the north to Argentina in the south, from Mexico in the west to China in the east, you will meet girls and boys who dream about becoming doctors, jockeys, and even kung-fu masters…just like you. Photographs, maps, flags, and interesting facts about every place accompany each child's story, letting you participate in a cultural experience like no other. In the end, you will discover that despite being from different places, you all have at least one thing in common: dreams! Included are two pages for you to add your own story.
  • Animals Around the World

    DK Publishing

    Hardcover (DK Children, Sept. 21, 2009)
    Featuring both material from DK's popular Eye Wonder series, along with a wealth of all-new spreads, Animals Around the World teaches readers about animal habitats and habits, as well as anatomy, behavior, communication, hunting, feeding, conservation, and the relationship between people and animals. The whole animal kingdom is covered, from tiny invertebrates to the biggest creature on Earth, the blue whale.
  • Around the World: Home

    Kate Petty

    Paperback (Frances Lincoln Children's Books, April 23, 2013)
    Wherever we live there is always somewhere we call home. We may share it with our family or sometimes with a whole community. This book looks at the homes of children from all around the world. There are photographs from countries in Africa, Asia, South America and Europe. Published in association with Oxfam this series aims to draw parallels between children from many different cultures.